Boat Stenciling

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Boat Stenciling

Post  TA Smith on Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:36 am

Can any one make some suggestions on the best wat to stencil a boat. I am thinking about stenciling my boat and I thought with all of the wealth of information on this website from the members, some one could add some input.
Thank you for yor assistance- Tom

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Re: Boat Stenciling

Post  Rick Godsey on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:53 am

If you're going to use a stemcil kit the Stxy kits are the best. If you are going to free hand use one of those small modelers air brush kit. For me I just used rattle cans. If you use the leaves against your boat remember you have to reserve color as you paint. Het grab a scrap of plywood and practice on iy until you find what you want. The real key is match the tone for the season where you hunt. Good luck and post up when you get her done.

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Re: Boat Stenciling

Post  Mark Phillips on Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:04 pm

I'll second the styx river stencil. I've done alot of stuff with the shadow grass stencils, but this year I thinking I might try and do my sneakbox with a texture roller. I seen on another duck hunting site where a guy did a boat this way and the boat turned out great. Looked like Nat Gear. The rollers are found at Lowes and Home Depot.


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